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BSi™ Approved

Fairlight Coachworks Ltd are BSi™ Approved

What does this mean for me?
The BSI scheme is recognised industry wide by the most forward thinking body shops and accident repair centres who are committed to carrying out work only to the highest standards. Most major automotive manufacturers have adopted it, and it’s recognised by many insurance companies. The BSI Kitemark™ is a symbol of: Quality, Reliability, Safety and Integrity.

Full British standard BS 10125, it’s only given to repairers who have the technical competence combined with the management systems and correct procedures in place to operate and perform to the highest standards.

Consistency and quality are key to its credibility. A Kitemark is never awarded ‘for life’: BSI inspectors regularly return to ensure standards are being maintained and will revoke the licence to use the symbol if they uncover significant non-conformities.

So by using a BSI approved bodyshop you are ensuring that your vehicle is repaired to industry standards by competent staff using the most up to date repair methods available.

Fairlight Coachworks Ltd is currently reviewing its procedures in view of the current risk posed by Coronavirus. As a business we have a shared duty to protect the health and safety of our staff as well as visiting customers, suppliers and sub-contractors. Please can everyone who is associated with Fairlight Coachworks Ltd notify us if you come into contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, or have been diagnosed yourself with the virus. Can you also notify us by phone or email if you have visited a Category One location or become unwell after visiting a Category Two location within the last two weeks. Location categories are listed here: http://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-specified-countries-and-areas/covid-19-specified-countries-and-areas-with-implications-for-returning-travellers-or-visitors-arriving-in-the-uk/ Fairlight Coachworks Ltd will continue to monitor the situation and follow the advice provided by the government. While at the time of writing this does highlight and emphasise the need for good hand hygiene at all times as a preventative measure. We urge everyone involved to take a common sense approach to this issue. Government information is available at: http://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response/ http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/